One Dead, Three Injured in Lauderhill Shooting Day After Double Shooting - NBC 6 South Florida

One Dead, Three Injured in Lauderhill Shooting Day After Double Shooting

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    1 Dead, 3 Injured In Lauderhill Shooting

    After a double shooting in Lauderhill Friday that left two people seriously injured, another shooting just blocks away injured four people. Police say one person died in the Saturday evening shooting. (Published Saturday, Sept. 1, 2018)

    What to Know

    • Police said the incident occurred in the 5300 block of NW 24th Court

    • The shooting happened two blocks away from the site of another Lauderhill shooting Friday night.

    A day after two people were seriously wounded in a double shooting in Lauderhill, four others were injured in another incident of gun violence not far away, authorities said. 

    One person died and three others were injured in the Saturday evening shooting, police said. The incident occurred near a pool party in the 5300 block of NW 24th Court, according to the Lauderhill Police Department. 

    An initial investigation revealed that one man and one woman were transported to Broward Health in serious condition. Authorities later said there were a total of four victims, one of whom died from his injuries.

    One victim was treated on-scene for her injuries and was later released. Another victim transported himself to University Hospital in Tamarac and appears to be in good condition, officials said. 

    Officers found Dwayne Marvin Smith in front of a silver car around 5 p.m. The 34-year-old man later died from his injuries, officers said.

    The shooting is believed to have stemmed from an argument or dispute, according to witnesses on the scene and officers. Details of the dispute are currently unknown. 

    The incident happened just blocks away from the site of a shooting that happened Friday night. A man and a woman were hospitalized following that shooting.

    Authorities are asking anyone with information about the incident to call Crimestoppers at 954-493-TIPS (8477).

    This is a developing story and will be updated. 

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